Nestled in a little village on the Shropshire and Staffordshire border, Sambrook Manor holiday cottages offer self catering accommodation for long or short breaks. The Old farm buildings have been lovingly converted into four high standard holiday cottages which are fully equipped with all the essentials, crisp white bed linen, fluffy towels, underfloor heating and Wi-Fi. Churn cottage and The Stables are suitable for assisted wheelchair users. Our self catering cottages sleep a total of 26 and are perfect for families and friends getaways, business trips, groups or romantic escapes.

We are situated 5 minutes from the old market towns of Newport or Market Drayton, 20 minutes from Telford and Ironbridge and just 30 minutes from Shrewsbury, Stafford and The Potteries. Sambrook is a lovely picturesque little village with quiet lanes to explore and mill pools dotted about. There are lots of great walks or cycle routes for all abilities straight from your cottage door. So why not leave all your troubles behind and relax in the beautiful barns at Sambrook Manor holiday cottages.

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"What a gem! A fantastic place, very welcoming family. Plan to be back soon."

Lisa, Sheila & Joanne

Alderford Lake

AlderFest 5th & 6th July 2024

A family music festival is the beautiful surroundings of Alderford Lake in Whitchurch. A full weekend of live music and entertainment with headline acts including S Club & Scott Mills., plus a whole host of other activities including circus & dance workshops, climbing wall, mermaids, stunt bikes, wild swimming and lots of other attractions.  Visit for tickets and more information.


There are many lovely walks straight from the cottage door, OS maps are provided in the cottages as well as some printed and laminated walk sheets with a variety of walks ranging from 2 – 12 miles. Walking is a fantastic way to explore the Ironbridge World Heritage Site and The Seven Gorge Countryside Trust have produced a series of leaflets which can be downloaded. The paths in and around Ironbridge are suitable for a leisurely amble or a keen hiker. Just a short 15 minute drive from our holiday cottages will take you to the Wrekin car park. The Wrekin is Shropshire’s little mountain which legends say was created when a tired giant called Gwendol Wrekin ap Shenkin ap Mynydd Mawr dropped a shovel of earth on his way to Shrewsbury. From the summit you will (on a nice day) get magnificent views, and no less than 17 counties can be seen -don’t forget your binoculars.

Gardens & estates

Dorothy Clive Garden has formal and informal gardens to explore. A network of paths leads you to discover the intimacy and tranquillity of this charitable garden trust set up by Colonel Harry Clive as a place of rest and continued horticultural education for the public.
David Austin Roses a renowned breeder of beautiful English roses, David Austin Roses is a still a family business which now breeds over 200 rose varieties, often many petal, repeat flowering blooms. Visit the home of the beautiful English roses where expert staff are always on hand to help and advise.
Trentham Estate lots of beautiful award-winning gardens to explore, including the Italian gardens, rivers of grass and floral Labyrinth. Stroll around the mile-long capability Brown designed Trentham Lake and see if you can spot the lovely stainless-steel wire fairies hiding there. Lots for the whole family to do here with an adventure playground, zip wire, maze, sandpits, and shopping village providing a great day out.
Weston Park An opulent 17th century mansion with fine art and Capability Brown landscaping set in 1000 acres of park. See inside the historic house which contains a world class collection of fine and decorative art. For the younger ones there is an adventure playground with miniature railway.
National Memorial Arboretum (Alrewas Staffordshire) The British site of national remembrance to honour the fallen, nestled amongst the woodland landscape is a collection of more than 300 memorials each with a story. The Millennium Chapel of peace is the only UK site which observes the daily act of remembrance.
Bridgemere Garden Centre Six acres of award-winning show gardens to explore, wildlife, trails, shops & café.
Black Birches of Hadnall  Set in beautiful grounds of the 12th century Black Birches House, here you will find over 600 varieties of roses in the rose nursery, there is also a tea room and children’s play area.